If you added the beans you have a noisy UFO, but don’t fly the craft as the beans might hurt someone.
UFO stands for unidentified flying object. The United States Air Force developed the term in 1953. In the 1940 through the 1950 people called them flying saucers.
Most of the sightings can be explained as aircraft, balloons, clouds, or metros. Some are even hoaxes.
Flying saucers are in Sci-Fi movies and television shows. The USS Enterprise in Star Trek is an example.
Not all the spacecraft in fiction has friendly beings. Many deal with hostile aliens invading earth.
In West Windsor, New Jersey there is a monument called “The Martian Landing Site”. This is supposed to be one of the first Martian landing sites. It was made after of the 1938 radio broadcast of the “War of the Worlds” in which many people thought that it was really happening.
The United States Air Force created Project Blue Book for the study of UFO related data. The Air Force wanted to see if UFOs were a threat to national security. They also wanted to scientifically analyze the data.
NASA has also tried to make something like a flying saucer called LDSD. It was for sending men to Mars. They made and tested the LDSD in June 2014. The test vehicle did fly although the parachute failed to deploy properly.
You can make a man from Mars to along with your UFO crafts for kids.